Homicide Suspect in Custody After Manhunt

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A man suspected of killing five people have been taken into custody, police say.

Pablo Antonio Serrano-Vitorino is charged with four counts of first degree murder in conjunction with a quadruple homicide that occurred on March 7.

He's also wanted for questioning relating to an homicide that took place in Central Montgomery County, Michigan, on March 8.

Serrano-Vitorino had been living in Kansas City, Kansas, according to authorities.

Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said in a statement, "Mr. Serrano-Vitorino illegally re-entered the United States [from Mexico] on an unknown date. ICE will continue to monitor this case and will place a detainer on Mr. Serrano-Vitorino if he is taken into local custody."

A manhunt involving 60 to 100 Missouri State Highway Patrol and local agencies took place Tuesday, according to Lt. Justin McCullough from Missouri State Highway Patrol.

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